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Lesson Plans for Teaching Poverty (KS 3&4)

Lesson Plans for Teaching Poverty (KS 3&4)

Overview

On this resource page, you will find the following lessons and guide:

  1. Overview of Lessons
  2. Lesson 1: Understand the meaning of Poverty
    The main objective of this lesson is to help us understand the meaning of Poverty
  3. Lesson 2: Understanding the impact of Poverty
    This lesson explores the impact of poverty on an individual's health and well-being.
  4. Lessons 3 and 4: Debate: Ending poverty everywhere
    Through this lesson, young people will put into practise their debating skills whilst exploring topics on how to end poverty
  5. Lesson 5: Why does Poverty exist?
    This lesson focuses on getting young people to understand the potential causes of poverty and it links to other social areas such as climate change with strategies on what young people can do to take action.
  6. Lesson 6: Why is Marcus Rashford a role model?
    Using role models, this lesson explores how people can make a difference when they are passionate about something.
  7. Lesson 7: Evaluate the letter written by Marcus Rashford
    This lesson explores the power of language and how it can be used to persuade readers.
  8.  

    Each of the lessons has a PDF and a PowerPoint presentation.

     
    This guide is Section 4 of the Curriculum Guide  Learning about Poverty as part of Youth Social Action

Key Stage: KS 3, KS 4
Social Issue: Poverty
YSA Step: Inspire, Explore, Act, Reflect
Resource type: Lesson plans, Lesson Overview, All Lessons (Zip Folder)
Subject(s): Citizenship & PSHE, Science, English, Maths, ICT & Digital Technology, Geography, Food Technology
Owner: Ormiston Trust

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